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Tree Weeks (1998)

For three weeks each December, Manhattan fills with Québécois tree vendors lured by adventure and quick American cash. Throughout the island's hectic streets, one can spot dozens of ... See full summary »

Directors:

Ezra Soiferman (co-director), Adam Steinman (co-director)
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Credited cast:
Raymond Allard Raymond Allard ... Quebec Tree Vendor in NYC
Randy Babin Randy Babin ... Quebec Tree Vendor in NYC
Chuck De Sainte-Marie Chuck De Sainte-Marie ... Quebec Tree Vendor in NYC
Jerry O'Connell ... NYC Tree Buyer
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For three weeks each December, Manhattan fills with Québécois tree vendors lured by adventure and quick American cash. Throughout the island's hectic streets, one can spot dozens of makeshift tree stands manned by these rugged, youthful French-Canadian souls living out of their dilapidated vans selling thousands of trees to eager New Yorkers. Written by Perpetuum Productions

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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Petit sapin va loin See more »

Filming Locations:

Bromont, Québec, Canada See more »

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Perpetuum Productions See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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One of the most entertaining documentaries ever made
11 April 2011 | by jlevy-25-642918See all my reviews

This film will not disappoint.

Watch it to be both enlightened and entertained.

It contains interesting information, that you never knew about or even knew that you cared about until you watch this film

It contains droll,often downright hysterical moments where you will find yourself smiling from ear to ear.

You'll appreciate the editing, even if you know nothing about editing.

You'll appreciate the tempo and rhythm in that this film is the perfect length - not too short, but not too long.

All in all, a very hearty recommendation for TREE WEEKS.


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